Hernia Specialists in Southeast Michigan
What Is a Hernia?
A hernia occurs when an organ pushes through an opening in muscle tissue. This kind of injury is typically found in the abdominal wall, but can also affect the upper thigh and groin area. The issue will develop as the result of muscle weakness or over-exertion. If the hernia is the result of muscle weakness, it may develop slowly over time. Less often, in situations of intense physical exertion, a hernia could happen immediately.
Hernia Symptoms & Treatment in Royal Oak, MI
Patients who suffer a hernia will usually notice a bulge or lump in the affected area and may experience pain, weakness, and a burning sensation. In most cases, the injury is not immediately life-threatening, but surgery to repair the hernia may be required to prevent long-term complications. There are several different types of hernias and your treatment method will be determined by both the type, and the severity of your hernia. Board-certified hernia surgeons Dr. Randy Janczyk and Dr. Anthony Iacco will take the time to fully evaluate your symptoms in order to determine the treatment option that is right for you.
Types of Hernias
Our hernia specialists are expertly trained in diagnosing and treating all hernia types.